Bonnie Cleo Andersen (38), mother of three, has been a sex-worker in Denmark since the age of 18.
Prostitution is legal in Denmark. Bonnie works during the day in a small house in a village in the east of the country, then picks her children up after school to take them home, in another village 15 km away.
Her chief hope is that they will have better lives than hers.
Marie Hald was born in 1987 and attends the Danish School of Media and Journalism, which included a semester at the International Center of Photography in New York City, USA, in 2012. She won first prize in the 2012 CPOY Documentary category and has exhibited at the Copenhagen Photo Festival. She lives in Copenhagen, Denmark.
"Race leader Simon Gerrans, in yellow, of Australia and others cycled past nuns during the fifth stage of the Tour de France from Cagnes-sur-Mer to Marseille, France, Wednesday. Britain’s Mark Cavendish won the stage, but Gerrans retained the lead."
A long-tailed macaque, wearing patchwork clothing and a doll’s head, performs in Solo, Central Java. The monkeys are generally purchased at an animal market and trained to carry out such activities as walking on stilts, riding bicycles, or simply begging.
Once a popular children’s entertainment in villages, performing monkeys are increasingly becoming a feature of life in the city, where their minders use them to earn money from waiting motorists at traffic intersections. A monkey can bring in around €4 a day.
Macaques are not endangered, but concerns have been raised about the welfare of performing animals, particularly as numbers in cities increase.
Ali Lutfi was born in Boyolali, Indonesia, in 1976. He started his career in 1998 as a photojournalist and photo editor for a local newspaper in Surakarta. He started freelancing in 2007 and in 2009 he began contributing for the English-language newspaper, Jakarta Globe, covering Surakarta and the Central Java province.